Join us for a colorful Fall day in the Park at the 9th annual Kings County Fiber Festival!

Shop a wide range of products from our talented vendors, you’re guaranteed to find great gifts and inspiration for your next project. Our vendors include crocheters, dyers, felters, knitters, quilters, spinners, and weavers, as well as artists creating design works that incorporate fiber as an integral material.

See the current list of participating vendors here.

Our goal is to raise awareness of both historic and contemporary approaches to the fiber arts, we’re planning skill demonstrations and artist talks throughout the day that are fun for all ages. See the full lineup of planned events here.

During the festival, we will also host the “Make Warm Hats for the Homeless” hat drive. Bring your hat donation, each hat in an individual plastic bag, to the Festival tent under the “Make Warm Hats for the Homeless” banner. We will deliver the hats to group homes, shelters and soup kitchens within New York City. Last year we collected over 600 hats!

Please make sure to wear your mask and maintain a safe distance from other shoppers.

OSH and Rain Mountain Press present poet Michele Madigan Somerville in conversation with novelist Jill Eisenstadt for the virtual launch of GLAMOUROUS LIFE, Somerville’s new collection of poetry, a searing meditation on motherhood, the sacred and the profane.

Live on Zoom, Wednesday, September 30th at 7 pm. Signed books will be available for purchase.

Please register here.

Live Music Alert! La Banda Chuska is a twangy exploration of the surf music of 1960s Peru paying tribute to bands such as Los Belkings and Los Siderals. The band also has an affinity for Peruvian cumbia sounds with a special emphasis on the more psychedelic end of the chicha spectrum.

The band features Felipe Wurst and Sam Day Harmet on guitars, Adele Fournet on organ, Erica Mancini on accordion, Abe Pollack on bass, and Joel Mateo on drums.

Weather permitting.
Tips & donations will be accepted via Venmo.

Join our friends from Private Picassos for this drawing workshop inspired by the grounds of the Old Stone House. Learn how to create your own botanical sketches!

Traditional drawing techniques will be demonstrated by our teacher, followed by ample time for each student to find the subject that excites them for their own finished drawing.

$25/student with sanitized materials
$18/student if providing own supplies, email for an invoice for this option.

Sign up here.